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Dodgers Announce Their Spring Training Broadcast Schedule

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The Dodgers are set to kick off Spring Training games this coming Sunday against the Oakland Athletics. Today, the team announced their entire Spring Training broadcast schedule that includes all 29 games on SportsNet LA. Of those games 17 will be broadcast on am570 and 8 more games will be on Spanish radio. 

SportsNet LA has already started their live Spring Training programming with Access SportsNet Dodgers. That airs every night at 7:00 p.m. Los Angeles time and features highlights and interviews with Dodgers players and staff. 

The am570 broadcast will feature Dodger Talk host David Vassegh each weeknight once again. The Dodgers’ Spanish radio broadcast will shift to a three-person booth featuring Jaime Jarrín, Fernando Valenzuela, and Pepe Yñiguez. 

 Spectrum SportsNet LA also announced their coverage of the 150-plus regular-season games and all 29 Dodgers Spring Training games. That includes the Freeway Series exhibition games against the Los Angeles Angels at the end of March. 

Regular season coverage begins for SportsNet LA on Opening Day, April 1st. The Dodgers will take on the Colorado Rockies at 1:10 p.m. PT in Colorado. The first homestand of the season begins April 9th with a 3-game series against the Nationals, all of which will be televised on SNLA. 

The network’s studio coverage will take place one hour before each Dodgers game throughout the regular season on LeadOff LA. John Hartung will lead the pre and postgame coverage once again this year, alongside Nomar Garciaparra, Jerry Hairston Jr., and Ned Colletti. 

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Written by Brook Smith

Brook is the Senior Editor of Dodgers Nation, with several years of experience in sports journalism. He is an avid Dodgers and Lakers fan, and can be spotted fairly often at Dodger Stadium and Staples Center.

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  1. AWESOME!! Spring Training is finally here!!!! Looking SO forward to watching Our Boys in Blue!!!! GO get um guys

  2. Greetings. I live in Altadena or the 91001 code area. I have spectrum and Sportsnet LA. This last week the spring training games are not being shown. Why? It this due to MLB.TV only showing the games so I can’t watch it on Sportsnet? Last night game against Arizona was blacked out and they said it was on MLB network which I have. But on MLB last night the game was not being shown. I pay for Sportsnet and now are the Dodgers wanting me to pay and subscribe to MLB.TV to watch? Why is MLB.TV bumping sportsnet? Is this due to MONEY????

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